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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 11 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRU SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1904. f MAfiNOOA FM1 FOR CONVENTION ST THE MOUSE You'll find many things here Monday at specially reduced Prices some summer merchandise that can be used for soma time to come has been greatly reduced many other items necessary for the f all season and others that are all year round needfuls are on special sale Monday. WHITE Specials in Staple Dept. 7 l-2c zciula Percales good Cloth and iiretty dark patterns; splendid for school dresses Monday a yard 5 7 l-2c Apron Ginghams all colors; a good value Monday a yard 5 8 Mic Wide Percales a splendid Cloth neat figures and stripes all Jiglit colors; a splendid thing for Men's Shirts and Boys' Waists Monday a yard 6 12 Pretty Fancy Crctons for Curtains Couches Clothes Bags etc. worth 10c in some stores hero Monday a yard 7t 7 l-2c Outing Flannels not the nar- rok thin kind that some folks offer as a special hut good width and qual- ity; light colors only Monday a yard 5fc 7-4 Pepperel Bleached Sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 11 September 1904

J THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. 8UNOAV. SEPTEMBER 11. 1904. ... . . t jLmJL . w .t WHEAT MARKET on rail nominal; no loans. Time loans iiiicliauct'il. STOCKS IRREGULAR. IS FEATURELESS utumn j r Vrr wyyv - - Slew jtLoaes MM. M WW V T ! I V v i Market firm With Considerable Pro- ff Taking by opraors. v. w .V...W Rfiii to There was l.avy i.n.nt laklnii whlrh inovcl UNCERTAINTY AS T0THE6H0W. KtiNkN raiher Irnuulnrly today al-i NG O STATISTICS THE 2) HioiikIi the undertone was undcnlnlily CAUSE ) M Momclhlng w. kith motet the Ueparlmenl sparse Prr aUr0Uialu simoe o many nu material. aJ etleel that the linding ol a ityte la suit each Indwidyal ta.te U urpr.igly simple. -We'd like to have yoa tome I next meet and take a Jook you'll enjoy teeing all. Ike e eoneeif and whether yon buy or not yon are jutl at welcome. i t 1 firm. Th tendeiiry or many Ishiiih v an lowanl a hlislier level. !iile'd. Ki'veral of Iho iimro artlvo Issue. Af RAID Of miWm REPORT Mich as 1'. H aiecl prererrr-U nan . m loiicl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 12 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRI SEo BEAUMONT TEXAS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1904. NO. 144. BALTIC FLEET" TH6 RUSSIAN ARMADA OF ALMOST FORTY WAR VESSELS WILL TAKE A HAND IN THE PROCEEDINGS. COLLIERS WILL ACCOMPANY 1HE FLEET WHICH WILL COAL AT SEA IN TRANSIT S:ene When the Squadron Weighed Anchor Was an Im- posing One Con? of the Forts Saluted and the Oar Was Present to Wish Them Alt Good Lack Cronsta.lt Sept- 11 The Haltic fleet Hailed today for the far cast. Tho vessels of the Hoot are as fol- lows: Tho battleships SonvarolT vice Ad- miral Uojcslvcnsky's flagship the Nav'arln Sis-oivcliky Borodino Alex- under HI. Orel 01cs and tho Osllabn Hear Admiral Voelliersams flagship; Hie cruisers Admiral Nalihimolf" Dmi- tri l)oiisk.)i Aurora and the Alma. Hear Admiral Knquislx ilng.-iiip nn.l i-isveral torpedo boats and torpedo boat desl royers. The Meet will touch at Llbau whcie it will be joined by colliers and supply shlpis and will then pro- ceed directly to the Orient. The scene on the departure of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 12 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE"" MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1904. ' MR. HOLMES TALKS ON NORMAL CHURCH MORNING SERMON TO CHRISTIAN CONGREGATION FULL Of FOOD FOR BELIEVERS. M SKID LIKE LIKE CHRIST Communion Se-yiee Followed by Duet by tho Misses Hulchm- ton and Mjxon and Services by Pastor. -nllowlntj Imiiresslvo cnmni nloii service yesterday mornlii.t tin r'lirlHtiiin church lli Mi-i" tlni.l.liiuoii mill Maxou sang 11 beautiful iIih'I. after which Mr. J. II Holmes I ho pastor spoke h follow in Ada iilinli chapter unci iMrlv.flrul VITRO WO ri'llll. 'Sl I Ik' cliui-fli lin'l l"i I'olng !! n-i iiiul walking In r r f Ui I'd tho ri.infort nf (In- Holy Spirit wan multiplied. "Tlio liiirh of Christ did not inillt liV ihiinip nor by IIh? will of inn 11 lint wild lli' result of I'ivi' ilmiiilnir mill devololied under Dl- vim. iriildnnee. Tho text describes the conditions foiiiul In tho Aposmllc I'lnirch mill Indicates tho Ideal be ltHKIUK of lilt) M-opl In whom IK1 a Mill. After hi-vrml yi-.ns nf frililll ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 12 September 1904

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11. 1904. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1904. School Days are. Here You Will Find a Nice Line of SCHOOL SUPPLIES TABLETS. PENCILS INKS. BOXES AND LUNCH BASKETS. AlThe NICKEL STORED I N. B. TurKish Bath Soap 2 caKei for 5 ccenti. j bcvoovoVo4o ... m . ' c Now is the tinvj to build that house. We are prepered . w i c 1 a 5 to turnaft you the Lumoer. space aoes nui jicr g mit us to tell you just how much wo can $ save you on your purchase. :. Come and see us. .: THE KIR BY LUMBER COMPANY o special Rates to Contractors. 3 000K)G4000000000400000'00000 THE HISTORY OF MOTIEN LING ! ' UNKNOWN REASON WHY THE RUSSIANS ABANDONED POSITION. AFTERWARD MHO TAKE II Correspondent Tells of the Attack and How the Mikado' Soldiers Went Into Battle. Other Military Features. onetl snd parties of women sntl chll- oneti ana nam tn wium-n nun -! - ---- . uum wen Uurryin up ho .III rosd. J" villi lniiiilU'H hi vuiunwt'. ui.i t muirliop : hilliH'k niiil drop . ...w ......... -. 1(11 Thi'ir mi I for mi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 12 September 1904

t j. I. i t ' J i ' 1 BEAUMONT INURPRISL JPKtU4i Evry Murklng ty JTHX BEAUMONT ENTERPRIEK fOBLISHINQ CO. irttrprlM Building Beaumont Tt-t Entered t the PotstnnV In lumoal M fc'ecou J Cla Mill Matter. MONDAY SEPTEMDER 12. 190. Trm of Subscription year I One I artm uiouioi Hunday per year 1 tu 1 00 c BlDgle copy NOTICE TO PUBLIC. The Enterprise Publishing company U not responsible for any debts con traded by Ita employees of any char THE LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE. Mr. Uooxevell in IiIh loller accept- ing Hie nomination fur Hie f -n t I i ' lit Ilie limiils of the republican parly starts OFT with Die informal Ion Dial In! democratic imrly wlili'h In- terms "our opponents" dir nut know wh"re Ihey arc al. Hint "having abandoned IIKlKl (if I lie ll'ill('llll'S lll'l Which thoy linvi! Insisted for i In- luist eight years they imw seem nl li loss ho1h as to what tliy really believe and iih lo how firm ly they shall assort iholr liollcf ill anything." Hp assorts In Ms letter I lial as soon iih Hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 12 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 12 10W. BY THE BACHELOR GI&U 9 . DiNKCtSPIELERS lis sure you vaa ahead den f K-r Summer girl dor. hesitates la 't fl at UtT hitching pout. An autoniohuhhle on d-r roaij tu vurib two iu tier jhiIIco court. Vun able of ltr story alvays sounds true until to bear tli-r udder aldo. 801110 self made men like to si down und talk ubould vot a Lard chob dey had. Money Ih iut eferydlnn vi'n you hnf money hut veil yuu hat nu money It In ffcryilliiB. Iiard vork Ib der aucnr f lift but ain'd It vonderful vot u lot of peoples jiivfiTi'ui'u lemons? Sumo mens can viirhlo "I Viint to IU nn AiikcI" but yi.u ran lirt deir Inn I ill vun pretty (;ikiI veil dy sing It. Von a Mlyphono lielln flrl steal a inan'a )inrt it van 110 irlinlnallly. hceiuiHo n fair eKst-hunKer Ih iiu rob- bi'ry. Homo menn vna moating on dor fame fnmlly tree hh der eleetrlo fur. heenuso doy arntter 11 lot of hot air but douu'd any uuddiiiKs. A aueeeanful min ahould not forgot to Klf bi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 12 September 1904

THE BMUMONT MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 190 Inexcusable. Tln wm-M will hi'iiw a midden If hu run t ltm. Mri-nuiu'oi If clio vim H"l I'l 'V '" I'll"'". or isolf. ur im. or nam. HI. cvpii nniwl from m-wina of imliiiliiK witli ItiikIi; It nt n (ilrl iinii !' ui'-rt-jr If llll 1UII ! II1H. l'hll.i. .hl lliillrtln. TIhto Ktood a rui'i) and dliiK)- 1"'' leaning mkiiImhI tins riivi-H of a knoll nml luilll of hIIcIim hihI boardH thrown up by the tldo. A ItarInK IlKht burned within and Kli-nmi'il throu;;h thi crv- iocs iiiul the JiiKKt'il hole tliHt nerved the purpose of a window. A man din- hevchid Krny iind d'creplt rar.io out and curefully drow to tbo rickety door after him. Ho paused awhllu In con- templation of Hi.' nlMlit ami lii-tened to the mournful breiithliiK of the ftiif. Then ho climbed to the topmoat point of the hnoll nml Kiiz"d lor.H over tho Blretch of water to the dlH'nnt Jiarhor Where shone the myriad Miflits of tho city and I" iiiukIiik r.ald: "Yo'ro there somewhere I know yer m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 12 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19. 1904. to o US SET ON FIRE PHILLIPS ACADEMY DESTROYED ' SHORTLY BEFORE MIDNIGHT LAST NIGHT net horse ra making hi Had of School Announces Institution . Will Open Tomorrow In Rear of First Methoddiit Eplteo- pal Church. Fire lxllovod to lmvo been of In- rcmlliiry origin destroyed the bully- ing occupied by Phillip's Academy at Sixth uiiil Ilroudwuy shortly before lllilllllKll) 111 Ht lllnllt. TIlO ItrtfS HUH InliH'd III tho destrctlon uf tbu build- Iuk was iilxnt $1300. ' Tbe loss gun tallied In llio destruction of tlio con- IiiiIk l.-i oKllimilcd nl about i:iu(l. Tho buHdliiK was a 0110 siory fraino hi rue- t ur owned by Col. V. (I. Averlll nud was fully rovi-ri'd by liiHiiruuco. Tho contents went owned by J'rof. A. H. Phillips who opera led tlio school. 1 buy wcro not liiHiired. School Opens Tomorrow. RecnrdliiK tlio conduct of tlio school In tho future Prof Phillips last evening Imniedlately after tbe flro niado tho following statement:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 12 September 1904

I THE BEAUMONT ENITERMRIa MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1904. e "" : : IN LOCAL s : HALLS OF JUSTICE From Wedn;say .lnU.- Van in til cunt n ! liU'V r:l 1 1 i i.; jiiH'is III. II w I'' i I ill.' ('. IS. ln ! nliiy. Oiily. Sii i.lll Willi hi ('inn I ('iiIiiiiiIhis Hum II theft UN 1 1 in .c; Iml u ihiii'I"!' 1 llll-.! Il llll'l W' l'- I"'- ! . in m New J"l)'- ; i mi I '.' .i.mii. W .1 al 'J III III ! at i"i II. Aldrni:;'-. I. 111 i;;:iin i-. IWI'- " i. v - l-.i.ie i:.irn-"ll. Win- ;ul!l' ' I'm.- i' An . ii. mix. J. W. Ulovir. A. It It. I.. Urtwulil. S. .''! I..H.I. A. I :. -l 1: -. Will. .Mcl'im-kcH ..I ll.iii'.' . l: imclieiic K. M. .Mi. I.I. i.i.iikJi. Ucnrise :riinn'-f. . I..li. .1.1.. lll..l'-. !'" Adlllll". I . 1 1 i.umi.i .lii'i. Midf i)N;il. C w I'.r iv. ii. I- A. II'- I""'. ' Ci.lli.-i-. .!. II. I i.ii i i;'. A. ii ii". M- ' V ( h:i ;. ltl Vitllt. ll'THV l.'l I lolllC. lin vim. II llli. 'l w I" Hi'- l"- entile nil I If. I Oil lllU folloWIIIK lluv. I llll -Se ll Jiff Scull chanted with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 13 September 1904

BEAUMONT ENTERPRI THE BC AUMONT TEXAS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1904. VOL. VIM. STATUS OF THE "LEN4" AT SAN FRANCISCO JAPANESE CONSUL PROTESTS AGAINST THE PRESENCE THERE OF THE RUSSIAN AUXILLIARY CRUISER. FEDERAL INSPECTORS OF WILL INVESTIGATE Russian Representative at Washington Will Ask Per- mission to Remove Guns and Thoroughly Over- haul the Vessel Which May Remain Until War is Over. San Franc! sco Sept. 12. Tho Him-1 b'ftn triniHport .. ...iii. ...... I b nil iritiin'i'i i jji-uu wuii;ii MiiuAiiLi-f . u.ly arrived .a port yesterday m ! Vladivostok remains nt anchor oft Secretary Murray of the department tho Union Iron Works. Her coin- of commerce and labor who has dl- mnndcr states that her boilers are In ' jurlslctlon In the matter. Tho need of repairs and that some .me- .ts "Sand! iiiust elapso before tho wl.l be In . mo tnat R8san auxiliary cruiser condition to go to sea As yet nothing j Lena arriving at this port nth Inst. fin ill i. it iiiJiiu i t n in u iiiiiv ink ii vi na - -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 13 September 1904

1? THI BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. I CITV SCHOOL OPEN FOR YEAR HIGH SCHOOL AND GRADES RE- CEIVE PUPILS TOR ANOTHER YEAR'S WORK. amm m be mm Anticipated Th.it Seaaion ViM Beg im Wlxh Bigger Enrollment Than on Prevloua Oeeationa Man- ' ual Training. Vacation Ih over mid wt'l W 11IV1. . . ...or. ""'"" ; U..VH and girls """ m .I. ti..r Hrn.H. MhmmI in.in.i.. J-'0'" lv.. nn.l ir-i'lK ' "" fr lo . T. fro... mo i-Rii'iK "r "";'; ........ i. .minim:. Promptly ' J M HUM" i ... o'clock lli. hoIiooU tlm-w "I''"" " ' ' . i .1... in ! folk marched IIOO.S " ' .. ... .i ...i. there was much assign- ..assigning h.hI appor.loiilim . . ... .u m.in.iim will '' . "VV "V... 11 III his ! "'her regular . .'"; r ll-HPOIIH. rending III"'"1 "" " limS COWS llllil Hl'""P '" ..Ins "wo mid rr Pi-'" '" ni:" Iim. n.ul.ll.lUutl.m tables "P ' fight tlllHM k'x- Worked on Syitcm. C!iy Superintendent Triplet! l.i.'l tl.ll.RH UH Wll S)BtC.l.nlled BH poS-l- .o and th Manning f '""' ms- cd o(J as smoothly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 13 September 1904

I Miss Maybelf Hall' of St. louis a well known and efficient Milliner and Designer. Miss Hall comes to us highly recommended by some of the leading Millinery Importers as being" first-class and an artist in profession. When our Mr. Martin Weiss was East mahing his Fall and Winter Millinery Purchases for the Big" Store Miss Hall assisted him in making selections and we can honestly state without fear of contradiction that we have the finest the largest and most comprehensive stock of fine Millinery ever brought to Beaumont consisting of Ladies' Pattern and Ready-to-wear Hats Children's Hats etc. These goods are now here and Miss Hall will be delighted to show them to our many friends and patrons. As in past Seasons our prices will maintain their reputation as. being the lowest consistent with first-class goods and ezcellent work- manship. . . : : i : : Didn't Fear Sharks. Dr. Dave Hor.nen owner of the well-known iaciug sloop Flossliilile pays that one afternoon while lying about t br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 13 September 1904

BEAUMONT INliltl'RISl. jeVlll)4 Every MorUm by JHt ttACMONT KNTEBPRI! rOwiaHINO CO. Intarprla Building Beaumont T nlrt Ml lh IVul.imrc til n'uniol M t.waiii'1 I'll" Mail Mitt tar. TUESDAY. SCPTCMBER 13. vot. Termi of Uutierlptlon. .11 uu . I l" On yr Thftm BKHithi . ... HHii'liy. .r vmr . pintle copy NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Th Entrprl PiihlKhi'ng .ompny Is not retponiiiUI lor any tlell con traded by it .!Ployr of any e'l rr'or wtv.twr. On ASH MR. HETTY. In nriMi'nr 00)1. nm will be ": !l r tti.:i I. .11 f. .nt Mr. H P !'" t... .. i I . M : II : r..l .!: 1"' M.unii I...I. .-. will' Ii I ' ii" n.li .1 to I.i- rail" r ... n-iiiion:i'. ""r '. i'1' ri ii t.i tui." Mr. Iti-nv I"" ' iloii ily. II : I I! 1 lie -: li.'iiil tin '! in" ' ii"' I"" ' (1 I:. In.; i In '''I "oiiiHiy .ini!ir;iliv lv '"il Ii -vl llllv llilnl-'i lint 1 1 " Mn nnoii . M i" ' ''' "" ttl.-1 . l.iiow of l.oii.1 1" I" "'I i ;ty ami i-oniHy wv U .1 mil" It . I Mr. 1-. ii v i:i-i m.l ma.l" a v-ry I 'tin oii:.li UM slivulioli of H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 13 September 1904

0 Corn Planting in Argentina. Aside from luck of cultivation tho prluclpnl mistake of the Argentine corn grower la till unwllllngnoita tu Klvo IiIh plants room enough to grow aud get air and sunshine to mature and ripen says Frank W. Dlckuell lu a report to tho United Statu Depart- ment of Agriculture. Ai previously stated most of tho corn U planted with a machine attached to tho plow and tho rowH are generally about 20 laches apart simply drilled in re- tumbling wry much a fluid of fodder corn in this country. A tow of tho farmers ore learning hotter and per- haps luo Aruvrlcun corn planter have been Hold In Argentina.' Out no check rowers were seen and there Is so llttlo cultivating corn two ways that It Is still spoken of as a curious thing this "North American checkerboard plan" of planting corn and scarcely a farmer in tho country follows that plan. Tho IluBques tho uiost Indus- trloiiH and successful class of Span- iards go in for better methods. The Cataluns from the Province...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 13 September 1904

5 I: Soft Bacon. If wo are to mail tain and dovelop our trade In bacon with Great Hrltnln Jt U uf Ida grealekt Importance .that we puy atrlct attuntion to quality. Nut only luui-t our hog be bred to give tho di.ired conformation but they niUHt bo fd and iiianuKt'd In such a way as to tlvo the dinlred Quality. One uf tlm frfHtcst defects In quality with which our Murker liavo to contend l a tendency of bohio sidt-a to turn soft ilurlnu He proton of curliiR. Boft- IH6H bail r.othlwr to do with fatness: i-i Mi t. a tlilu aide In more apt to do vcli'ii HiiinoKa tlmn a fat ono. In a aoft sid. tho fat la aoft and ajmnry; and niiiictlmcs even the loan U aflei I ed. There nro all dcisreea of aoftnHHH lip to a iihto alight tcnderiias; but any decroo -f lendcriieKa dntrncts vory nun h from tliu valnu of a aide and a rciilly xo.t Kido la prnrtlrally worth Ii-sh. t'lni pi'iri'titao of puft aldna Ih ttoiiii'tlini'ii very IiIkIi. even ns hleh as Id n r rent uf tlio total ut certain c-it-rams of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 13 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1S 1B04. .LJ LI- i'V'.'.i I It IS''-- AV""1 m m 547- I' ; COTTON MARKET : OPENS STEADY LATER 60ME IRREGULARITY OC- CURRED BECAUSE OP ESTIMATES. WALLS1REC16EARS CO 10 COVEft Frost In Northwest Had Somt In- fluence Indicating Thai Cold 1 Wave Might Happen In the Cotton Belt Any Time Now York Sept. 12. The cotton market inel Hteudy at a decline cif thro points on September while othef positions were unchanged to two points hlghher. This was rather better thnn due on the cables and ex- cellent' weather reports. It was pointed out that prices were about a cent down from the top and with private top crop advnnces of a gener- ally favorable nnture. room operators thought they saw a chango for a turn on the long Hide figuring that the weekly crop report would ba bullish. Reflecting this line of urgument. price linniedldately following the call alini m nlwint 7 In i:t nnlntn above the closing of Snturday but the big Houston estimate cuecKeu ine au-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 13 September 1904

TMe BCeUMONT CNTERPMl TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13 1904. NEW RICE HILL OPENS jitXF WEEK M.TADDIN. WIE65 AND KYIE WILL BE READY FOR BUSINESS IN FEW DAYS. Bicctsi inus mis Bill Circular Letter lamed Announcing a Cut of Five CenU per Barrel In Con of Milling. II... new .MeFnddin rice mill will I rations September -I. If ""' 1.1 plans of ll owii.th ami op. r- :s .-. r. hh tiny prot.iil.ly will. Work "i. !!' "''I' oni.T to gel II l " a Ms '""''I' f lH y'"rH Tli.' result Is H"" ' wlh' . t..iht I..- Hi trperaHon ly " ik I fciin loilav. V-sit. I. v lli" MHM.I.Ni. WI"H. I!. Milling ro.nrni.y. Ilm '"'"UH . :lttll1K f H... mill. sen. nenlar I -t t -1" lo the rlr- HM v. :.l. wl.-M. Hi. I'l'f'"; ll(.IMI.ia a ni of r. ''iH 1" . ...iiu is I-" -. l"T "r -T ' v mill will l.:.ml .'" '';; f ;r ....is per hard. H.llowliiK ' (.ir referred lo: Mleiiiimoul Texas. Sept. U. ' ' Pear Si's: . .. vi.w of Hi.' I"w "r '" market and fully milHslnR H'" Illillll(.s wl .... ." .rlly .herefrom we a." I'1""";"' .ounce IIihi ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 14 September 1904

THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE VOL. VIII. KUROPATKIN'S ICONOCLASTS OF ST. PETERSBURG ARE HAM- MERING AT THE IDOL OF THE RUSSIAN ARMY. LACK Or DLNNITE NEWS FROM THE FRONT SUPPLIED BY INDEFINITE RUMORS OF DISASTER Japanese Advance In Manchuria May Afford Occasion for Growth of Anti-Russian Spirit in China. General Staff Kept Busy Author- izing the Denials. Associated ITosb Uul!otlu. There has been no renewal of fighting on a large Brale between the Russian and Japanese armloB in the far cant. At St. Petersburg the peo- ple are harrasscd by Tumors of Im- pending disaster to Gen. Kuropatkln which find ready credence because of the lack of official information fi'om the general's headquarters at Muk- den and for tho moment the popu- larity or the head of the Russian ar- mies in the Held is In eclipse. Thero is also much uneasiness felt lest tho Japanese advance in Manchuria should afford occasion for the growth of an anti Russian spirit in China and the ultimate projection of that ciiilry into ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beaumont Enterprise — 14 September 1904

o THE BEAUMONT WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1904 JEFF SCOTT GOT FIFTEEN YEARS w . CONVICTED A 6EC0ND TIME OF KILLING NEGRO IN CAM- LINQ HOUSE RAID. TOOK l!!S SfSlEME COOLY Noted C;at Occupied Attention of Ceurt for Two Dy and Cloied Last Evening With Con- J vlctlon A.1 Ji-ff SwiM Kl lifiwn yrH. Till UH UlO ITHIlH i'f tho Uliil 'i JlI'lK' II M. Iom-'h foriuir rulori il MirH-r. tnlicllldcil ttl & o'i"n:k IuhI t.fiilliK- Hint l took Ills miiii'iiff Kioliully inn! without illxnlny of iin.itlim; calmly. HH h llUH rolllllHtl-ll hllllHI'lf fVl'f ul.wn ll... Irllli Htlirtl'll. VUlll II WUh ulnioHl fonci-iliil Ihul Sintl woiili do cimvlftiMl ll was thought noKHllili ii.w ..mil lint would no In ho vrt'Ut Thu triul JiiHl ronrlmli'il in hln l liwuinii uh thu mimo cliurKi Hint l klllnm iinolhiT iii'Kio niurly u year Tim llisl trial ri'Hiiltiiil in oii viol Ion ami n w'iiirin'"r t wwiiy ynrs on npiiiul Hit' ' ri'iniiii'K'" for a I"' I rial. The Day's Proceedings. Tiw. ini(oiiliiiL's In I in trial...

Publication Title: Beaumont Enterprise
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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